The State of Social Media 2011: Social is the new normal: http://t.co/4p1Hii5Q
324.000 digitale subscriptions NYtimes: http://t.co/SEEyvD27
"The Shift" (new book) is now finished. Will publish on Monday! Subscribe to Plus to get it for free: http://t.co/I1WbkjFQ
When is Google going to really disrupt the news business?: http://t.co/357GryRZ ...why Google News is a place for old media
Mary Meeker's latest internet trends report: http://t.co/WFNBY3XZ
The latest on the future of journalism: where value creation means jobs: http://t.co/UC2OQHl2
95% Of Facebook Wall Posts Not Answered By Brands: http://t.co/SLTcsBD1
A fresh start for Google presentations: http://t.co/fsGMCldc
In Depth: E-books edging out traditional print: http://t.co/tdc1QVfc
How dropbox is going to spend that $250 million infusion it got today: http://t.co/qyHPWUsz
Not That Many People Play Facebook Games After All: http://t.co/UirHqaGz <= Useful analytics instead of just counting activity.
How to make a mobile commerce site for $200: http://t.co/sPLiro1B
Now It's Just Getting Ridiculous: http://t.co/WfY2aWbM ...Samsung, using iPhone screenshots in your marketing material won't help your case!
Getting 'digital first' right in the 'newsroom': http://t.co/YeGiLCPJ
and finally, "More revenue solves all known problems." My perspective: http://t.co/y9tp1L7c <= brilliant!
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